Levy, Durham, Quin Fined For Actions In Thanksgiving Day Game
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By Ashley Dunkak
DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) – The Detroit Lions emerged from their Thanksgiving Day game against the Green Bay Packers with a win on the books but losses from their wallets.
According to the Detroit Free Press, three Lions players received fines following Detroit’s 40-10 victory over the Packers.
The NFL fined linebacker DeAndre Levy $15,750 for a helmet hit against Green Bay tight end Ryan Taylor. Wide receiver Kris Durham received a $7,875 fine when he yanked on Tramon Williams’ helmet following an interception. Safety Glover Quin also got slapped with a $7,875 fine for a late hit on Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson.
Each of the players got flagged during the game for unsportsmanlike conduct.